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Pinterest image feed


This plugin was designed and developed by Brightpath Media. Check us out at

Pinterest has an API for interacting with it’s service and delivering content to your site, however, its not finished yet… The public API is not yet available and current you can only make a request for the beta developer version.

Why you need this plugin:
So, what do you do if you want to display your pin’s on your website or blog? Well if you are using WordPress you are in luck! We’ve developed a plugin which gives you a widget that can grab your pins from Pinterest and display them on your site. What makes this plugin special is that we made the widget responsive so it will adapt to your theme design and if you are using a responsive theme, it will adapt to the various different states and devices that view your site!

Tips for using our plugin:
The widget looks best when used in a wider widget area than your typical sidebar, such as a footer widget area. This is not to say that if you are looking to display your pins in the standard sidebar layout that this plugin won’t work. When setting up the widget simply set the ‘Responsive or Fixed’ setting to fixed and set the width of the pins in pixels to match that of your sidebar areas’s width or try experimenting with the Responsive setting!

If you’ve downloaded our plugin and had an issue implementing it or come across a bug let us know! Please use the support section for this plugin to report issues so that others can also see and potentially help you with your problem.

You can also get in touch with the team via support[at]


Download the zip file from the WordPress plugin site and unzip the files.

  1. Upload the pinterest-image-feed folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to Appearance > Widgets and there you will find a new widget called Pinterest image feed. Simply drag it onto one of your sidebars and use the widget options to configure to your Pinterest account!

Contributors & Developers

“Pinterest image feed” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Added responsive and fixed options to widget along with relevant CSS styling.


  • Initial release of plugin